Grammatik

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Adjektiv / Adverb

For and since

going to - future

if-caluses

Interrogativpronomen

Kontrast Present Perfect / Past Tense

Modalverben

Numbers

Numbers as text

Past Tense

Possessivpronomen

Prepositions

prepositions in relative clauses

Prepositions of time

Present Progressive

Pronomen

Question Tags

relative clauses / contact clauses

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Steigerung und vergleichen

tenses

Verb + ing-Form

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Grammatik

Adjektiv / Adverb

For and since

going to - future

if-caluses

Interrogativpronomen

Kontrast Present Perfect / Past Tense

Modalverben

Numbers

Numbers as text

Past Tense

Possessivpronomen

Prepositions

prepositions in relative clauses

Prepositions of time

Present Progressive

Pronomen

Question Tags

relative clauses / contact clauses

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Steigerung und vergleichen

tenses

Verb + ing-Form

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Beispielfragen:

RELATIVE CLAUSES/CONTACT CLAUSES
Put in the missing relative pronoun (who/which or that, whose). Leave out the pronoun if possible.
The new van ___ Theo got from his father is really cool.

Christoph's plan for Thursday: Buy a souvenir at Camden Market
What is Christoph going to do on Thursday?

Put in of or from.
Dirk Nowitzki comes ___ Würzburg.

__ the end of the performance the actor looked very tired.

Which one is correct – since or for?
_____ last Sunday

Decide which ending is correct:
She isn't late, __________

Which one is correct – since or for?
_____ many weeks

You will find the answers __ page 78.

Use either since or for.
He has been in prison ____ two years

Use either since or for.
The water has been boiling ____ ten minutes.

Use either since or for.
That girl has been sitting there ____ eight o’clock.

Decide which ending is correct:
He hasn't painted his room, __________

Übersetze: Sarah ist das Mädchen, dessen Vater Lehrer ist.

Which one is correct – since or for?
_____ ages

Decide which ending is correct:
You didn't pay for my meal, __________

Use either since or for.
We’ve been playing ____ an hour.

I'll be with you __ 5 minutes.

Decide which ending is correct:
You can come to my house, __________

Use either since or for.
I’ve been working in the post-office ____ a month.

Which one is correct – since or for?
_____ 19 August